The Future of Human Evolution is the End of Human Evolution
Flesh of my Flesh is Guerrilla Productions' second feature film, an action-adventure set in the near future, where mankind is only now starting to realize that they were never meant for the top of the food chain.
Questions and Answers
Are you still shooting? Can I be a zombie?
We have stopped principal photography, so that means no more shooting. So, unless we do another movie with zombies (yeah, right...) there will be no more zombie roles. However, if you want to be in one of our productions, by all means sign up for our announcements list by driving your browser over to Guerrilla Productions and scrolling down to the sign-up block on the top page. This is where we post casting calls and other upcoming production news!
When's it gonna be done?
We're working on it. There's a lot still that has to be done, a lot of sound work and music work and editing work and, well, just a lot of work. We're deep in post-production. We're insane. We feed entirely on ham sandwiches, burritoes, doughnuts, coffee, and whatever vitamin-enriched substances are poked our way.
Where can I buy a copy?
At the very least, we'll be selling copies via Guerrilla Productions. However, we are chatting with a couple of potential distributors, so that might mean you could find it elsewhere, too. Although, really, buying directly from us more directly supports us than buying it any other way. At least as far as I know. We'll see.
Can I get an autographed X?
Hell's bells, I'll autograph damn near anything. Hardly anyone asks me for my autograph, so it's still novel enough that I might draw a picture with it, too.
Can I get a script?
After our premiere, we will have copies of the script available commercially. We will probably include it as part of a "making-of" book. It should look pretty nice, based on what I have planned so far. Currently, it'll include the script, an expanded Production Diary, storyboards, biographies, behind-the-scenes photos and other cool stuff. We're holding off on releasing that because we have several surprises in the movie that, well, we want to remain surprising! Another interesting thing is that there are very many differences between the latest revision of the script versus what we ended up shooting.
Is it gonna be in theaters?
We would love to show it at indy theaters, especially if they have DVD projectors. If there's one near you, please let them know about us. I think it would be really cool to go on a tour, introducing it and showing it at theaters. Talk to your local indy theater and see if they would be willing to help sponsor one!
What can I do to help?
Well, of the top of my head, you can most directly support Guerrilla Productions' work by buying our products. We have a bunch of cool things up at http://www.guerrilla-productions.org/Merchandise.html and we also have a cafe press store at http://www.cafepress.com/GuerrillaProd although it doesn't send us as much money. Right now, this is our only income.
Is it really true that Sean ate a coaster?
Well, if by "ate", you mean "consumed", no. If by "ate" you mean "tore apart with his hands and teeth in a manner best described as delightfully furious", then I would have to say "You had to have been there."
Will you have VHS/DVD/what kind of versions?
We plan on releasing the movie only in "flipbook" media, meaning a flipbook with accompanying audio reel-to-reel tape. We feel that's the format of the future. We are also planning on releasing it as a DVD. Probably not Blu-Ray, though.
Can I download scenes?
Not at the moment. We have three teaser trailers online at the Guerrilla Productions site.
What is the movie rated?
Rating?! Next question!
Will there be a roleplaying/computer/text-adventure game based on this film?
I'm certainly open to the possibility. Interested parties should contact Guerrilla Productions for licensing questions.
Is it true that directors make good pets?
If by "make good pets", you mean "occasionally pulling back a bloody stump", then sure. 8)
I wanna be a zombie! How can I be a zombie in your movie?
Well, being zombies for our movie has come and gone. You are welcome to be an extra in any of our upcoming productions. Sign up for the Announcements List and you'll get advance notice directly from us about such needs. (sign up at the top level page of Guerrilla Productions.)
Are you still doing this?
Oh, you bet! If you'll take a peek at the Production Diary, you'll see that we are all wrapped on footage and are currently deep in the madness of video editing. It is for this we're missing Superman Returns, by the way.
What kind of cameras did you use?
Currently, we are using two Canon XL-1 digital cameras, loaned to us by an angel.
Where are you shooting this? Where are you located?
We shot this in the Portland, Oregon area, because that's basically where we are located and it's cheaper to travel not-very-far.